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13hDave McMenamin

LeBron on slowing Curry in Finals: 'You can't'

When asked Friday what it will take to slow down league MVP Stephen Curry in the NBA Finals, the Cavaliers' LeBron James said, "The same way you slow me down. You can't."

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Leah Still suffers setback in cancer treatment

Leah Still, the 5-year-old daughter of Bengals defensive tackle Devon Still, has been diagnosed with veno-occlusive disease resulting from a complication in her recovery from pediatric cancer.

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Sefolosha says arrest has hurt his reputation

Hawks forward Thabo Sefolosha blames police for the leg injuries he suffered during his April arrest in New York and told ESPN that the incident has damaged his reputation.

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1dDavid Schoenfield

Time for some fearless predictions!

Among the predictions: The San Francisco Giants' Brandon Crawford will win the NL MVP award and the Los Angeles Dodgers will pick up Aroldis Chapman.

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Photos: Friday Funnies - Celebration Fails

Celebrations can be pretty epic, but for some ... in not such a great way. A look at some of the top celebration fails on the field.

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Ryan to be more mobile in new offense
NFL 

Falcons QB Matt Ryan, in a new offense for the first time in his career, says there "will be a little bit more running" this season: "Going into season eight, I feel better than I have, more athletic and I'm moving better than I really have."

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NFL 

Hamilton's better in Texas
MLB 

Josh Hamilton has been much better throughout his career as a Ranger than an Angel. His batting average is 50 points higher with the Rangers, and he has homered every 17.7 AB with the Rangers compared to every 29.5 AB with the Angels.

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MLB 

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Lightning became 1st road NHL team to win a Game 7 at MSG by beating Rangers to advance to their 2nd Stanley Cup Final in team history.

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Thought Kokkinakis looked anything but out of place against Djokovic. Had Novak's attention. Big improvement from Thanasi in last 12 months.

From strikeouts to grand slams

Derek Norris struck out 4 times in the first 8 innings Friday vs. the Pirates. But his at-bat with two out in the 9th and the bases loaded in a tie game went differently: He hit a walk-off grand slam, the first in MLB this season. Norris is only the 8th player in the live-ball era to have 4 K's and a grand slam in the same game, but the first to have the slam be a walk-off.

Michael Bennett wants new deal
NFL 

The Seahawks DE wants to stay in Seattle but also wants a new deal, and has been staying away from OTAs as he negotiates for one: "Trying to get the contract right. I'll be there shortly." Bennett is entering the second season of a 4-year, $28.5M deal. (via Seattle Times)

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NFL 

Nick Kyrgios stymied by Andy Murray
Tennis 

Kyrgios has beaten Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic, but has never even won a set vs. Murray, including today's loss: "I think he's one of the best defenders of the game at the moment. ... I don't think he served well, but he made a lot of returns and he just does what he does best: that's make a lot of balls and mix up the game."

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Tennis 

Lightning get rare Game 7 win in MSG
NHL 

Tampa Bay became the first road NHL team to win a Game 7 at MSG by blanking the Rangers to advance to its second Stanley Cup final. Ben Bishop became the first goalie in Stanley Cup history to record shutouts in each of his first two Game 7 appearances, according to Elias.

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NHL 

Prince Shembo charged in death of dog

Hours after Shembo was charged with allegedly killing his girlfriend's dog, the Falcons cut the linebacker, saying: "We are extremely disappointed that one of our players is involved in something like this. Accordingly, we have decided to waive Prince Shembo." Story

Sacrifice is necessary for a Web Gem
MLB 

Only the greats are willing to put it all out there to make a great play. Does Brock Holt's slide into a wall in foul territory for the catch top Alex Gordon's reigning Web Gem?

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EFA's Gill won't work under Blatter
Soccer 

So long as Sepp Blatter (pictured) remains FIFA president, England Football Association vice chairman Davil Gill won't sit on the executive committee: "My professional reputation is critical to me. And I simply do not see how there will be change for the good of world football while Mr. Blatter remains." (via Associated Press)

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Soccer 

Novak Djokovic wins second set

Djokovic is having few issues with young Aussie Thanasi Kokkinakis and holds a two-set lead, 6-4, 6-4, as he hopes to punch a ticket to the French Open's Round of 16. Follow live

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Petra Kvitova 'glad' for win
Tennis 

After winning in straight sets at the French today, Kvitova said: "I think it was for sure the best match which I played here so far, so I'm really glad for it. ... It's third round which I didn't pass here last year, so I was really motivated by it. I'm glad I'm through."

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Tennis 

Serena-Vika headline blockbuster day
Tennis 

Serena Williams has been the best player this year, but she hasn't been the best player at the French Open so far, which is a bad sign heading into today's match against Victoria Azarenka. Bodo: Why Serena might lose

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Tennis 

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Petra Kvitova needs only 58 minutes to take out Irina-Camelia Begu 6-3, 6-2 to reach the fourth round at the French Open.